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Bloomberg
May 12, 2014 2:00pm EDT
quote ♪ >> facing criticism from the tech industry and congress, tom wheeler is tweaking his plan to allow for fast lanes on the internet. the changes come head of a
MSNBC
May 30, 2014 9:00am PDT
quote of command in nsa. highest officials in nsa, technical people, ed loomis, tom drake, all gone to the inspector general and for that had their careers ruined, several resigned, all of them raided by the fbi and lost computers on suspicion that they had given the truth of what they were saying to the ig, inspector general and to congress about the nsa criminal listening in without a warrant on hundreds of millions of americans. they had told that but not to the press as they should have i must say. they had gone to the congress and to the ig exactly as kerry
MSNBC
May 30, 2014 9:00am PDT
quote these terms since. that's such as tom drake and others, that's what snowden would be facing. he would be facing a jail cell from the time he step off the plane here, the plane that john kerry offered him. he would be stepping into handcuffs and he would probably never get out unless the he is pea onnage act is changed to allow a defense of public benefit, public interest in which these matters could be brought up. that's what congress should do and even before that the supreme court should at last rule on those aspects that they are unconstitutional, violations of the first amendment and freedom of press. >> we are going to have to leave it there. it is a fascinating parallel. thank you so much for bringing
MSNBC
May 30, 2014 9:00am PDT
quote 's such as tom drake and others, that's what snowden would be facing. he would be facing a jail cell from the time he step off the plane here, the plane that john kerry offered him. he would be stepping into handcuffs and he would probably never get out unless the he is
Bloomberg
May 4, 2014 8:30am EDT
. i'll be chatting with billionaire businessman turned environmental activist tom steyer. tom steyer was born and raised in the financial capital of the u.s., new york city, but chose to open his investment firm, farallon capital management, in san francisco. he founded farallon in 1986 with $8 million, and by the time he stepped down he turned the initial investment into $30 billion, making it the fourth-largest hedge fund in the world. steyer's personal fortune is an estimated $2.6 billion. not satisfied with retiring on the golf course, steyer reinvented himself as an environmental activist, funding and starring in a series of public service announcements. >> i'm tom styer. each week, we take a look at the keystone xl pipeline proposal. >> he believes the pipeline will escalate the production of the controversial canadian oil sands. >> so, the question here in my mind was, is this a chance to change our trajectory in terms of energy? is this a chance to change the way people think about it and the way the policies are shaped around energy? >> we caught up with steyer in the tiny t
MSNBC
May 21, 2014 12:00am PDT
democratic challenger. more on that coming up in this hour. in pennsylvania, tom wolf won for governor. he had to defeat allison schwartz. tom is a pennsylvania businessman. he worked in the administration of a popular democratic governor named ed rendell. governor rendell will be with us in a few minutes to talk about tom wolf's chances against republican governor tom corbett in pennsylvania. also in pennsylvania veteran republican congressman bill schuster has survived his primary fight against the tea party challenger. he is head of the transportation committee in the house and for lack of a transportation bill, passing his committee yet this year, construction and road repair projects have been put on hold all across the country. maybe with his tea party primary challenge behind him now, bill shuster will relent and let your local pothole pavers get to before we all fall in and end up in china. mike simpson facing a primary challenge from his right. the ap just called the race in idaho for mike simpson. he has defeated his tea party challenger bryan smith. over in oregon, associated pr
CNBC
May 15, 2014 7:00pm EDT
trailers designs, builds, and sells concession trailers, mostly to food vendors. tom etheridge and nancy pappas started the company in 2001, and took it from a backyard start-up to a multimillion dollar business. >> you got 50%. i got 50%. >> tom and nancy were a couple, and although their relationship came to an abrupt end three years ago, they have continued to work together. >> working with nancy is difficult. nance, you never agree with anything i say anyway, so what's the point? >> i not only run the company, but i also have to watch my back on a regular basis. why would you do this and not tell me? >> worldwide trailers brings in $4 million in revenue, but their profits have flat-lined around $400,000. from my experience in this industry, worldwide trailers should be making way more than 10% profit. >> i want to see some doublin' in our numbers, triplin' in our numbers. >> we invested a lot of money, almost $1/2 million, to get our factory open. that was our life savings. it was a huge risk for us. >> with almost 20 employees, there's a lot at stake. >> i want to keep this job. >>
MSNBC
May 20, 2014 9:00pm PDT
. in pennsylvania, tom wolf won for governor. he had to defeat allison schwartz. tom is a pennsylvania businessman. he worked in the administration of a popular democratic governor named ed rendell. governor rendell will be with us in a few minutes to talk about tom wolf's chances against republican governor tom corbett in pennsylvania. also in pennsylvania veteran republican congressman bill schuster has survived his primary fight against the tea party challenger. he is head of the transportation committee in the house and for lack of a transportation bill, passing his committee yet this year, construction and road repair projects have been put on hold all across the country. maybe with his tea party primary challenge behind him now, bill shuster will relent and let your local pothole pavers get to before we all fall in and end up in china. mike simpson facing a primary challenge from his right. the ap just called the race in idaho for mike simpson. he has defeated his tea party challenger bryan smith. over in oregon, associated press says that monica wehby has won the republican primary for oreg
Bloomberg
May 10, 2014 10:00am EDT
the group, tom colicchio. to colicchio, cooking isn't just an art, it is a craft. >> the chicken liver mousse was really well seasoned. >> he uses his success to help others, whether giving young chefs a chance -- >> the winning chef is kristen. >> or helping the world's hungry find a place at the table. welcome to "titans at the table." thank you so much for joining us. let's have a cheers before we begin. >> [all] cheers. >> let me start with this question. p.j. clarke's has been around since the 1800's, well over a hundred years old establishment. i think it was an irish immigrant who came here, decided this was a great restaurant, bought it, and then expanded it. so, when you look at your own businesses, do you look and say i want to make sure this stays around for over 100 years? >> no. babbo turns 15 this year. i know mesa turned 22. i think we have already outlived our original plans. we planned on getting in but we did not have an out, nor did we have a finish or dream of a finish. 100 years -- >> seems too far? >> no, i love the idea. but that would be four or five generations
ABC
May 14, 2014 11:35pm PDT
disregard for the time-space continuum alongside tom cruise in the new movie "edge of tomorrow." it opens in 2-d, 3-d, and imax june 6th, please welcome emily blunt. ♪ >> you look fantastic. hard to believe you had a baby this century. never mind four months ago. >> three months ago. >> jimmy: three months ago. >> yes. mother's day. lovely. we want to santa barbara. really nice. >> did you take the baby? >> baby came with us. most mothers like to be left alone with a bottle of champagne. not now. when she is a teenager. >> jimmy: send her to a boarding cool. your husband tweeted this very, very cute picture. this is one of those binkies. pacifier. >> binky. almost as big as her face. >> jimmy: oversized binkies are all right rage for kids. >> for adults maybe. >> jimmy: i came and visited you shortly after you had hazel. >> brand new. the way he holds the baby. >> hold her? he was burping her. >> jimmy: had her in a weird chokehold. how steven segal hold his kid. yeah, like over the face. there was a weird. >> the new method. >> jimmy: my kids are too big to burp. >> put your hand under
Bloomberg
May 2, 2014 6:00am EDT
world headquarters in new york. it is friday, may second. i am tom keene. joining me scarlet fu and adam johnson on this job today. a lot of news flow. stay with us, but let's get our morning breeze, here is adam johnson. >> overnight, mixed economic data in europe. u.k. weakest pace in eight months, however, euro area manufacturing, i will get it out, the fastest pace in three months. they mix to read. on employment held steady, 11.8%. we get our unemployment rate at age: 30. that is the big number we are for this morning as well as change in nonfarm payrolls. 215,000, and that 9:45, the ism manufacturing for new york. 10:00, we get factory earnings, chevron, cvs, msg, estee lauder, we will also get the annual meeting from berkshire hathaway. the differenceey this jobs date field, the up feel here, within the mergers, acquisitions, the dow at record highs. >> a change in nonfarm payroll at the 250,000, that is big, double what we need for population. that is putting america back to work. i know the labor participation --at >> alan kruger is on a little bit later. >> nymex crude, 99.88 w
PBS
May 3, 2014 4:00pm PDT
, the federal communications commission. the fcc chairman tom wheeler is circulating potential new rules that reportedly would allow internet service providers to charge higher fees for faster access. so the big companies like verizon and comcast could hustle more money from those who can afford to buy a place in the fast lane. everyone else -- nonprofit groups, startups, the smaller, independent content creators, and everyday users -- move to the rear. the net, neutral no more. a final decision on the new rules isn't expected until later this year. meanwhile, you have the chance to be heard during an official "comment period." we'll tell you more about that later in the broadcast, but first let's listen to two people who monitor this world and strive to explain it to the rest of us. susan crawford is a visiting professor at harvard law school, a contributor to bloomberg view and author of this essential book, "captive audience: the telecom industry and monopoly power in the new gilded age." david carr covers the busy intersection of media with business, government and culture, and he w
MSNBC
May 20, 2014 11:00pm PDT
citizens and get away with. >> in arkansas, republican congressman, tom cotton won his primary to try to take down, senator mark pryor in an incredibly closely watched contested race if democrats hope to hang on to the senate. in georgia, a seven candidate race to catch the republican nomination has placed these four candidates at the top. david perdue advancing to the run-off. and the ultimate victor there will go up against the democratic primary winner, michelle nunn. daughter of the former senator and democrat who just might take a seat from the republican column. in oregon, monica wehby hoped the controversy surrounding her personal life would not keep her from winning her primary to take on jeff merkley. in pennsylvania, democart tom wolf nominated to take on the unpopular incumbent governor in that state, tom corbett. the blue grass state, the star attracts as it is set. joining me chuck todd, political director, chief white house, host of "the daily rundown" on msnbc. watching duelling speeches between alison lundegran grimes and mitch mcconnell. made me realize just how gnarl
Bloomberg
May 31, 2014 1:00pm EDT
>> tonight on "titans at the table" -- >> businessman turned environmental activist. tom steyer. he was born and raised in the financial capital of the u.s., new york city, but chose to open his company in san francisco. he founded the company with $8 million, and by the time he stepped down he turned the initial investment into $30 billion, making it the fourth-largest hedge fund in the world. his fortune is an estimated two two -- $2.6 billion. not content with the golf course steyer reinvented himself as an activist. even funding and starring in public service announcements. >> each week we take a look at the keystone pipeline or postal. >> he believes the ling the pipeline will escalate canadian oil. >> the question here was is this a chance to change our trajectory? is this the way to change the policy of energy? >> we caught up with his town in mayflower, arkansas where he was looking at the oil spill. here is some just off the top of the water. it's sticky. it's extremely sticky. it smells awful. >> in march, 2013, a shallow underground pipeline owned by exxon runs down the r
FOX
May 23, 2014 12:00pm PDT
at the beginning of this holiday weekend but there's been a traffic jam on the span for hours. ktvu's tom vacar is live at the toll plaza to explain what is causing all of this gridlock. tom? >> reporter: well, there are probably a number of things causing this. but certainly technical glism has a lot to do -- glitch has a a lot to do with it. traffic is going slower and slower. but this began when it was still dark. bay area authorities say they are still working on an unusual software glitch that cause ed big problems in the early- morning. >> the metering lights and the carpool lane lights came on at 5 after 6:00. normally, those are only on during noncommute hours. >> reporter: initially technicians tried to cure problem by rebooting. >> we had to shut down the system. i heard been causing pretty significant backups. >> reporter: relief came to the fast track lanes with human assistance. >> they've been waving them through. >> reporter: as we speak, technicians are still working to cure the problem and the slowness. but it's hard to know if the slowness is one of abnormal operations of the
MSNBC
May 21, 2014 1:00am PDT
nunn, won. and tom cotton will take on mark prioror. businessman, tom wolf, defeated, allison schwartz for the democratic nomination. wolf will take on republican tom corbin in november. lots more about that from me. let's talk about the senate right now. the kentucky/georgia senate races are so important to democrats. right now democrats have 55 seats in the senate there are 12 states with competitive senate races this november. and 10 of them. see them there on the mark. the map in blue. democrats are playing defense. in other word, democrats in the seats now. they got to hold them. republicans need a again of six seats to take over the senate. to make it 51 for them. already, three states, montana, south dakota, west virginia. look to be easy pickups. nothing is for sure. republicans will need to net another three of the remaining nine states. kentucky/georgia in the red on the map are the only states where democrats have a chance to pick up a republican held seat. joining me is nbc news political director, chuck todd. chuck, i keep thinking this is precarious for the democrats. if
CNN
Apr 30, 2014 10:00pm PDT
't work or this from congressman bennie thompson? >> uncle tom clarence thomas. >> some words are weapons. said out loud, they can only be worse. words that end the conversation. >>> we also have the search for flight 370. ships from bangladesh searching the bay of bengal. is it another false lead in a case that's been full of them? you've been tweeting us about the missing plane and about donald sterling and my experts are standing by to talk about experts donald sterling would make more money than he deserves. alienate him from his own words. >>> i want to begin with the latest on the sterling scandal. an nba meeting tomorrow could be the first step in forcing donald sterling to sell the clippers. names being tossed around include everyone from oprah to magic johnson. here's cnn ted rowlands. >> reporter: as the nba attempting to force to sell the clippers, will he fight or delay a sale? what about his wife shelly? she showed up at last night's playoff game after getting permission from the clippers' coach doc rivers. >> it's a tough one for shelly, really. you know, she didn't do anyth
Bloomberg
May 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
in new york. monday, may 12. i'm tom keene. joining me, scarlet fu and adam johnson. a busything going on but week ahead. >> let me start with what happened overnight. china says the banks on the new loans than anticipated and over the weekend we also learned china's president xi jinping says of the company needs to adapt to a new -- >> i caught that. pimco note. >> apparently bill gross -- the new normal of slower growth. while china's new normal is a lot faster than ours, it is still slowing. that is the theme. analysts are forecasting china is heading for its weakest expansion since 1990. poland will not raise its benchmark interest rate. thelive and well around world. economic data in the u.s. -- 2:00, the monthly budget statement sometime today from a friend in washington. we will do more dislike whimsies and the mortgage. monday.ts up a quiet an amazing week of economic data coming up. >> retail sales tomorrow. ppi on wednesday, cpi, consumer inflation. >> and then housing data on friday. we will know a lot more about the american economy as we go to through friday, which will be
Bloomberg
May 13, 2014 6:00am EDT
. fromifts from the view 35,000 feet. good morning, everyone. it is bloomberg "surveillance." i am tom keene. joining me is adam johnson and scarlet fu. starting with china. the numbersking at right here, the celebrating output and retail sales. big the question, how is china going to deal with it? front and center. a lot of talk about shadow banking. just the plain economic aid of slowing down. here is what we have. small business optimism index. gdp issix percent of consumer spending. are we spending? import prices at 8:30. mr.ignificant earnings but lou, secretary of the treasury jack lew is in china. there is a lot to deal with with china. >> busy day. stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities. 1900 watch on the s&p. the dow 16,695. .levated nymex crude all on a risk on feel of the market. look at the yen. that is weaker yen coming off of any number of reasons. the equity markets going. a referendum that many took issue with. where are we with the record markets? going to the inflation-adjusted market, back to world war ii. the carter malaise, harmful to jimmy carter, not accurate. start
Bloomberg
May 14, 2014 6:00am EDT
. this is bloomberg "surveillance ." live from new york. i am tom keene. fu, adame, scarlet johnson. we can do an entire hour on the new york rangers. scarlett and i are exhausted. we sit up, you did not. at 8:40 went to bed five. >> were they leading? >> yeah. awesome game. i have to get into some tickets. call my buddy, get into some tickets. love it. here is what we had overnight, for those not watching hockey. some reasonably good data. u.k. unemployment fell to a the-year low, 6.8%, for first quarter. bank of england says the economy is strengthening and it is going to keep rates low for a long time. >> this is governor carney speaking right now. >> you can go to bloomberg.com and see the headlines. german inflation moving up. suggesting there is growth in germany. the bank of china is seeking $16 billion in a preferred stock offering. that is being marketed to mainland investors. economic data in the 7:00, we have mortgage applications will epi, that is the so what. i, that is the so what. we are going to be joined by formally the man who ran satz. fu has one. the use to make a john deer
MSNBC
May 20, 2014 6:00pm PDT
assassinated, the man who came in to take over and clean up in 2000, named tom brown. and former dekalb county sheriff tom brown is the guy who tonight mounted a democratic party challenge, the rarest of all things, a contested democratic primary against hank johnson from georgia. hank johnson may ring a bell. he's been in congress since he beat cynthia mckinney in 2006. in the past year or so on this show we featured him a couple of times because, frankly, hank johnson is really funny. he tends to make his points with a sense of humor that is so dry it usually succeeds at making his point by bewildering everyone who is listening to him. here he is, for example, the driest man on earth expressing deeply sarcastic skepticism about national helium reserve. >> imagine, mr. speaker, a world without balloons. how can we make sure that the injustice of there being no helium for comedians to get that high-pitched voice that we all hold near and dear to our hearts. imagine a world without balloons. >> congressman hank johnson of georgia is joking. he just has the driest sense of humor on earth. he rep
MSNBC
May 15, 2014 9:00pm PDT
, republican congressman tom cotton, is conservative and young and had lots of money and was polling ahead right out of the gate. they started running tv ads against mark pryor not this spring but last spring, a year and a half before the election. outside groups running millions of dollars worth of ads all supporting the republican challenger, tom cotton and attacking senator mark pryor. basically it looked completely hopeless for him in arkansas. you can see mark pryor trying to find his feet and figure out house to respond to this early enslaughter against him. when senator pryor was first able to start running his own ads in the fall, he ran kind of a mix of ads on a bunch of subjects. there was some one about the government shutdown. this one where he sat in an easy chair and thumbed through the bible and talked about being religious. in october, november, december, right into february, mark pryor was basically just losing. poll after poll showed tom cotton four points up, five points up and mark pryor down month after month. then mark pryor's campaign regrouped and he tried again wit
Bloomberg
May 16, 2014 6:00am EDT
surveillance." i am tom keene. with me is scarlet fu and adam johnson. a quick data check. for those of you in the evening and tonight as of india, election returns looking to be early resounding for mr. modi. side of thee other world. you do not see it in the markets. look at the 10 year yield, 2.496. a stunning statistic from the week. futures got my attention. gainers and losers. lastsco up 6% since september. orders climbing on demand for networking machines to handle mobile traffic. cisco benefiting from that. we wanted to highlight walmart, down two point four percent. blaming the weather for weakness in the first quarter. second-quarter quarter profit forecast also missing estimates. >> zip shop is a gainer. >> it is an online retailer. talk to steven davidoff about alibaba, he is the guy on china. >> about auditing, numbers, all of that. there is a lot going on here. markets isle of the absolutely amazing. it is friday. miss-friday. the number one fiction is why yields are lower. i have heard more misinformation and we need clarity on what low yields signal and what they do not sign
Bloomberg
May 11, 2014 1:00pm EDT
to be corporate america. >> tom steyer claims money didn't motivate him, but he is incredibly good at making it. the company has a market value of $4 billion, and that has made him a very wealthy man. he didn't like using money as a benchmark. you still made a lot of it. how does that work? >> for better or worse, i am competitive. >> his investment fund invests in investment companies, including kindern morgan, but steyer has promised to diversify and pledged to donate roughage to victims of western wildfires. now he says he looks to the oil and gas industry for answers. >> tell me how to take the incident that happened with the oil spill. how do you apply that to the work you are doing now against the keystone pipeline? >> let's go back for one second. i actually believe the solution for our energy problems is going to be corporate america, is going to be private enterprise, that when we get the policy framework right, the people in that sphere will come up with creative, imaginative, innovative solutions that will blow our minds. if you really look at what is happening in the fossil fuels ar
CSPAN
May 17, 2014 10:00am EDT
it was, said why don't you go visit tom. so after 4545 minutes with tom donahue i saw exactly wr to be s great for hntb part of the chamber of commerce. i saw everything that fit what h.n.t. needed. more than that, i saw a man with a vision for what america could be, the passion to get it done, and backed by an organization that was working to implement his ideas. since becoming president, tom built the chamber into a powerhouse. during tom's tenure the chamber, lobbyists, legal experts, and under tom's erts leadership the chamber has emerged as a major political force. a force that needs to be reckonned with. i would like to kick off the week by introducing tom donahue. [applause] >> well, thank you very much. good morning, ladies and gentlemen. i'm pleased to be here. i'm not sure how i feel. i got back from europe late yesterday. i'm ready willing and able because i'm absolutely committed to the subject that we're going to discuss today and this evening and tomorrow and the next day, and that we're going to advance in every way we can to meet the challenges that we ll face. thank you
CNN
Apr 30, 2014 7:00pm PDT
clarence thomas as an uncle tom. joining me is dana bash. dana, you've been listening to this conversation just today. you've had an amazing interview with mississippi congressman bennie thompson who made statements about clarence thomas and other public figures. >> clarence thomas saying that he was an uncle tom, what did you mean by that? >> well, if you look at his decisions on the court, they have been adverse to the minority community and the people i represent have a real issue with an african-american not being sensitive to those issues. >> reporter: calling him an uncle tom, though, isn't that a racially charged term? >> for some it is, but to others, it's the truth. >> reporter: because, you know, looking at that and hearing that kind of language, that certainly wouldn't be, you know, appropriate if it was coming from somebody who is white. >> but i'm black. >> reporter: so that make it is okay? >> well, you asked me the question and i'm giving you the response. >> now, in that radio interview that you talked about, he also accused mitch mcconnell of making racist comments when yo
FOX News
May 29, 2014 12:00am PDT
the special report left off. none of these stories on "red eye" tonight. >> i am tom shillue filling in for greg gutfeld. and now let's welcome our guest. i met her back when i was a small town minister. she and her friend showed me the error of my ways after i banned dancing and rock music and we have been friends ever since. i am here with joanne nosuchunsky. and she thwarted my plan to steal cash flying through the rocky mountains, but now he goes by tv's andy levy. and i was returning home from a camping trip when i hit him with the family station wagon. i brought him home to live with us for awhile before sending him back into the wild. it is writer and comedian jesse joyce. you can see him on comedy underground this saturday. it was during an inter stellar battle after i opened the door to the eighth dimension. next to me is the nationally syndicated radio host. >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. >> american girl, a symbol of freedom or racist propaganda? those are your only options in our latest edition of -- >> is this racist? >> last week american girl announced
MSNBC
May 20, 2014 7:00pm PDT
of sam nunn, won. and tom cotton will take on mark prioror. businessman, tom wolf, defeated, allison schwartz for the democratic nomination. wolf will take on republican tom corbin in november. lots more about that from me. let's talk about the senate right now. the kentucky/georgia senate races are so important to democrats. right now democrats have 55 seats in the senate there are 12 states with competitive senate races this november. and 10 of them. see them there on the mark. the map in blue. democrats are playing defense. in other word, democrats in the seats now. they got to hold them. republicans need a again of six seats to take over the senate. to make it 51 for them. already, three states, montana, south dakota, west virginia. look to be easy pickups. nothing is for sure. republicans will need to net another three of the remaining nine states. kentucky/georgia in the red on the map are the only states where democrats have a chance to pick up a republican held seat. joining me is nbc news political director, chuck todd. chuck, i keach thep thinking th precarious for the demo
Comedy Central
May 6, 2014 1:00am PDT
or expressing like when tom rich said he was pressured by ashcroft and rumsfeld to raise the terror threat level to help pruive's reelection chance. what do you say about that? >> tom ridge is a good and decent man entitled to his impressions but there's facts that stand between tom rinl and the smoking gun. >> if tom ridge was hoping to generate buzz about his upcoming book, mission accomplished. >> jon: zinc. that's not outrage. that is snark. snark is not outrage, silly. [laughter] when the bush administration planted a story about saddam hussein buying aluminum tubes in the "new york times" so that the same day the vice president of the united states, the secretary of state and the national security advisor could go on tv and say this. >> there's a story in the "new york times" this morning. reporting just this morning. >> high quality aluminum tubes that are only really suited for nuclear weapons programs. >> jon: they knew a year in advance that what they were saying on the show that day was not true. where was that outrage? >> where is the apology from the administration for this? >> why
CSPAN
May 13, 2014 2:30am EDT
. and the right thing to do. i have the honor today of introducing the first keynote speaker, and tom donahue. a number of years ago, the courting us to join. we had a couple of visits and were deciding what we were going to do and finally, i do not even remember who it was. and so after 45 minutes with tom donahue, i saw exactly why it was great for hntb to be part of the chamber of commerce. i saw everything they were doing and everything that sit what hntb needed. in influencess and in washington. a manre than that, i saw with a vision for what america could've been, the passion to get it done and backed by an organization that was working to implement his ideas. since becoming president of hntb ,, bill to the chamber into a lobbying and political powerhouse with influence across the globe. chamberom's tenure, the lobbied political experts, legal advocates, communications, and technical experts and have won this is victories. we are aware of all the victories. an economic and physical challenges, tom has aggressively been with the growth. one of the key issues facing america today. , the t
SFGTV
May 2, 2014 12:00am PDT
cutting since prop 13 this measure was - has been acknowledged by supervisors tom a leaders on this board of funding public education and i'm grateful for his leadership we have this funding today. california used to be one of the top education institutions in the country we're now 49th in the country for spending. unfortunately, because of the decline of property tax dollars. slowly the programs kept the schools engaged whether in sports ever pe and san franciscans knew this wasn't enough we need to the set aside taxpayers dollars what we with the leadership of the community based organized with supervisor tom we passes the 70 percent vote of the expensive a ten-year measure. the measure articulated that 1/3rd of the peace fund would be allocated for 4-year-old that 1/3rd for sports and music and the last third would provide vitality programs our wellness centers and professionals and pure resources are covered. we're excited to look at how to put the money back in our schools and where will we be plaza the librarians and previously were there were no art classes when we finally invest i
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